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|Story by Abigail Johnson|
|Bumper and Bear|
|Beautiful Baby Girl!|
I also had Baby Girl a 2 year old healthy Mastiff but her old owners lost their job and had to move. Baby Girl and her brother were placed in a shelter. Her brother was put down before we could rescue him. Baby Girl was rescued and after living with me for 2 1/2 months went to a really great 64 year old woman. She overcame her fear of the size on the dog and fell in love with the size of Baby Girls heart. Currently, I have a beautiful fawn English Mastiff named Kira.
|Kira healthy today|
|Kira when she arrived|
Great Plains Mastiff Rescue
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Meet Dolly! She was rescued from a shelter in Arkansas where she was surrendered by her elderl...read more about Dolly-Medical Hold
Meet Duncan! His story is a sad one. He was rescued by a good samaritan in the country o...read more about Duncan-Medical Hold
Vegas came into rescue with her son Doc Holiday and daughter Presley when her owners fell on hard ti...read more about Vegas
Great Plains Mastiff Rescue is a group of volunteers dedicated to the rescue, foster care, rehabilitation, and adoption of Mastiffs. We do not maintain a headquarters building. To keep costs to a minimum, we work out of our homes and volunteer our time.
However, Mastiff rescue is expensive in terms of food, medical care, and somtimes rehabilitation. Each Mastiff who comes to us is checked over thoroughly by one of our veterinarians. They are tested for heartworm and other parasites. Their vaccinations are brought up-to-date. We maintain each of them on heartworm preventative, as well as flea and tick preventative. We microchip each Mastiff to assure they never become "lost" again. If they have social or behavioral problems we take them to professional classes for modification. We want to give each of our Mastiffs the best chance to live out the rest of their lives in a warm and loving home.
GPMR is a 501(c)3 Nonprofit public charity organization and all gifts and donations are tax deductible. Your donation will allow us to continue to rescue and rehabilitate Mastiffs and find them a home where they can give the love and joy they were meant to give.
Please take a moment to make a tax-deductible donation through Paypal by using the link below, or mail a check to Great Plains Mastiff Rescue, P.O. Box 6173, Edmond Ok 73083-6173
Dear Jean, I can't thank you enough for featuring Abby's story on your site this week. What a fantastic idea for a blog and we are honored to share your front page this week! Sincerely, Deb Butkus President, GPMR